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The most amazing news story from the United States is about a dog who recognized that his master, a 17-year-old, was having a stroke in the middle of the night and saved his life.
Over the years, we've shared several tales about dogs that were able to identify cancer early in their owners' bodies and save their lives. The border collie Axel in this adorable tale woke up his folks before sunrise, which was out of the ordinary, but they assumed he was itching to go outside for a pee. but no, he just kept pawing at Gabriel, their teenage son,'s door. Axel was aware of what they were unaware of—that their son was suffering from a left-sided stroke. Since dogs can pick up on even the smallest changes in human physiology, including blood pressure, the fact that Axel went so crazy helped them find their son before the stroke may have killed him. Gabriel would most likely have spent the rest of his life in a wheelchair and unable to talk if they hadn't gotten him to the hospital at that point. Gabriel's speech and function of his lost right arm have returned to normal thanks to the incredible Axel.
The positive news feeds have been featuring a heartwarming trend of student-related nice deeds related to debt reduction.
I've told you tales of wealthy benefactors sponsoring individual pupils, or even an entire class, but here is something even more upbeat and inspirational. Debt collectors purchase debt from a variety of businesses and organizations for a small portion of its true value, after which they pursue repayment of the loan. However, the debt was purchased at slightly over a cent for every dollar, then written off for 3,000 Morehouse College students in Atlanta. This allowed the graduates of a historically black university to start saving for retirement, start businesses, and get on the housing ladder. More and more charities are springing up to acquire medical and college debt and write it off, giving people a second shot at a better life. I hope this becomes popular here!
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